Gingrich Reveals a New 'Contract with America'
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When Newt Gingrich authored the first Contract with America in 1994, it helped lead to a seismic political shift in Washington and paved the way for Republican victories in Congress — after almost five decades in the minority.
Now, in an exclusive article for Newsmax magazine, the former House speaker reveals what a new "Contract with America" must offer and how it can take back Washington.
The effect of the first Contract was stunning. In 1994, it played a key role in the GOP gaining 9 million new votes over 1990 and winning 54 House seats — giving it control of the lower chamber for the first time in 40 years.
Fast forward to 2010 and Gingrich again is calling Americans to action by revealing a proposal for a new Contract with America.
For the first time, Speaker Gingrich outlines what a new Contract should say and how it can re-shape America — in this exclusive cover story.
In this special report, Gingrich explains the key to a GOP comeback: The GOP needs to become an alternative party, not an opposition party.
Best-selling author Gingrich writes in Newsmax magazine: "A contract in September 2010 would be a powerful unifier for all those who are tired of the corruption and waste of Washington and the alien views of the secular-socialist coalition seeking to radically change America."
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This exclusive Newsmax report explores:
- Gingrich's top 10 contract issues
- Why Newt is convinced a new contract is needed
- How a contract differs from a platform
- Why the 1994 contract succeeded
- The striking parallels between 1994 and today
- The new challenges Republicans face with a 2010 contract
- The No. 1 issue the GOP should focus on this year
- Five tax cuts that belong in a new contract
- Why the contract shouldn't be unveiled until September
- The "inherent risk" in a positive campaign
- How Ross Perot figured into the 1994 contract
- The 2009 elections that showed an alternative campaign works
- How the GOP won the Senate in 1980
- What should NOT go into a contract
- How abolishing Obama's "czars" can help balance the budget
- The need for an "American Energy Plan"
- How to stop the Justice Department from "protecting terrorists"
- The most challenging question facing incumbents
- How to achieve real health reform — without bigger government
- Education failure's threat to national security
- How the contract should relate to Senate Republicans
- What Bill Clinton and other prominent figures say the 1994 contract meant to them
- Newt's "Job One for Government"
- And so much more
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